One of the best things about going away on vacation - no meals to plan - all you have to do is find a place and make your selection - nice for a week but I wouldn't want to be doing it all the time!! We had some great meals when we were away - we only ate out for breakfast on two mornings, Continental breakfasts were provided at the hotels we stayed at. Most were great, especially the deluxe breakfast at Hampton Inn - everything you would want - it was really nice! And, then there's the opposite end of the spectrum - no fruit, no cereal, nothing except packaged Danish and gigantic muffins and bagels in a bag - but no toaster - eating a dry bagel in the car is not too appetizing.
We didn't get pictures of everything, I guess sometimes we must have just been too hungry to think about taking a picture - travelling around does that to you!!!
This was a restaurant we read about in Ft. Lauderdale so we wanted to try something with local fare - it was a huge restaurant, very loud, especially when the signal came and everyone started banging their wooden mallets.
Shivers Bar-B-Q -in Homestead was another local place - it doesn't look like much from the outside, but,oh, my, was it good. We both had the rib and pulled pork combo, with cole slaw and baked beans.
I have never had a glass of wine that looked like that - you just peel off the top and take a sip!
We shared peach cobbler and was it good!!
On our way to the Keys, we stopped for lunch at Herbie's in Marathon
We both had the conch burger - let's just say, we'd never be ordering another one of those again - it was so chewy! It looks nice in the picture but I surely would never crave a piece of conch!
After we took the air boat tour, we stopped for lunch at this restaurant
The chicken noodle soup was really good - a lot of noodles in that bowl!
Nothing too healthy at this spot!
We had a couple of cool drinks on a hot night in Miami